Question Time 28th January 2010

Question Time tonight comes from Basildon and the panel will feature Culture Secretary Little Ben Bradshaw, Lord Lawson, Baroness Tonge, The Sun journalist Jane Moore and Director of the Centre for Social Cohesion Douglas Murray.

Those wanting to get an idea of the political feel of the area – these are the General Election results in the 1997 Basildon constituency (Angela Smith, Lab).

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7 Responses to Question Time 28th January 2010

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  4. Grant says:

    Looks like our muslim friends have tracked us down !


  5. mookster says:

    I do like the smell of spam in the….afternoon


  6. Robert Soul says:

    Aloha Snackbar praise Allan……On a serious note I thought Douglas Murray was surpisingly good last night. Not knowing who he was when they announced his job title I feared the worst but he was a pleasant surprise. Tonge was ghastly btw.


  7. Grant says:

    Robert 16:18
    I didn’t see it, but surely Dimblebore would introduce Douglas Murray as being from a  “right-wing think tank ”   ?